## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Stress and strain as tensors 218 chapter 12 (

three dimensions 264 10.1 Superposition of Solutions 199 10.2 Problems 205

10.3 The Thin-walled Circular Tube as a Test Specimen for Stress-Strain

Relations ...

Stress and strain as tensors 218 chapter 12 (

**Isotropic**) stress-strain relations inthree dimensions 264 10.1 Superposition of Solutions 199 10.2 Problems 205

10.3 The Thin-walled Circular Tube as a Test Specimen for Stress-Strain

Relations ...

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10.12 Mises ellipse and Tresca hexagon as idealized yield curves for

material (matched in simple tension, point A). proof of completeness of

information from one sector follows from the symmetries about the 45° lines COC

* and DOD' ...

10.12 Mises ellipse and Tresca hexagon as idealized yield curves for

**isotropic**material (matched in simple tension, point A). proof of completeness of

information from one sector follows from the symmetries about the 45° lines COC

* and DOD' ...

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been studied and the concepts of

11, the time has come to be more formal. As a first step, the linear relations for

time-independent (linear-elastic) and time-dependent (linear-viscous and ...

been studied and the concepts of

**isotropy**explored much more deeply in Chap.11, the time has come to be more formal. As a first step, the linear relations for

time-independent (linear-elastic) and time-dependent (linear-viscous and ...

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